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Oxford is the neighbourhood you remember from your childhood. Young families dominate here -- 73% of families have at least one child living at home.  Kids ride bikes, host lemonade stands, and skip rope in the middle of quiet streets and cul-de-sacs.

The neighbourhood also offers amenities like plenty of green space, a nearby business district and quick access to other parts of the city via Anthony Henday Drive.

Neighbourhood Facts

Oxford stretches from 153 Avenue in the south to 167 Avenue in the north, and east to west from 127 Street to 133 Street. Development began in the 1980s and continued to the early 2000s. Detached single family homes make up the bulk of the neighbourhood. Nearly all (97%) residents own their

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"...there’s something for everyone in Calder."

The tree-lined streets of Calder, in the city’s northwest, are the perfect backdrop to any stage of life. Whether you’re purchasing your first home, raising a family, or planning for retirement, there’s a place for you in this mature character neighbourhood.

Quiet enough to get that small-town feel, but central enough for a quick commute to downtown or elsewhere in the city via Yellowhead Trail, Calder offers countless amenities: green spaces, local businesses, schools, and recreation opportunities.

Neighbourhood Facts

Calder is bordered to the south by 127 Avenue and the Yellowhead corridor, 127 Street to the west, 132 Avenue to the north and 113A Street to the east.

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Commuting from your new home in Clareview Campus couldn’t be easier. This affordable, transit-oriented neighbourhood with a mix of high- and low-density housing offers quick access to downtown and the University of Alberta via the Capital LRT line. Shops, restaurants, services and the impressive Clareview Recreation Centre are all a short walk from the Clareview Transit Centre.

Neighbourhood Facts

Clareview Campus is bordered by 144 Avenue to the north, 36 Street to the east, 137 Avenue to the south and Manning Drive to the west.

Clareview Campus residents are young -- 76% are under 40 -- and a substantial number (41%) are single. The neighbourhood offers the diverse selection of homes these demographics need, with a mix

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Queen Mary Park is an exciting and youthful neighbourhood, close to MacEwan University, Oliver Square and the new Brewery District. It’s mobile, accessible and diverse -- everything you could want in a central urban neighbourhood.

Neighbourhood Facts

Queen Mary Park is a mature inner city neighbourhood just north of Oliver and the Oliver Square and Brewery District commercial areas. The latter includes considerable commercial and condo development, heralding change to come in the surrounding neighbourhoods. The Brewery District is home to businesses like Mountain Equipment Co-op, Loblaws City Market and Edmonton’s largest GoodLife gym.

Queen Mary Park is bordered by 109 Street to the east, 121 Street to the west, 111

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Abbottsfield is a neighbourhood on the east side of Edmonton that overlooks the city’s beautiful river valley. With the neighbourhood’s close proximity to Rundle Park, the golf course, and river valley trail systems there are endless activities and experiences that the residents of Abbottsfield can enjoy close to home.

Neighbourhood Facts

Abbottsfield is unique among Edmonton’s pre-1980s neighbourhoods in that all residential development consists of row housing and walkup complexes. In fact, nearly 65 percent of housing structures in Abbottsfield are made up of row housing and 35 percent are low rise apartments.

Abbottsfield is bounded by Victoria Trail on the east, 118 Avenue on the south, 34 Street on the west, and

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Belle Rive is a unique Edmonton neighbourhood. With development in the neighbourhood complete for several years now, prospective buyers will find the look and feel of a mature neighbourhood alongside modern-style houses and neighbourhood design. This best-of-both-worlds feel, alongside homes to suit a variety of budgets and tastes, makes Belle Rive an excellent choice for those seeking a neighbourhood to call home for years to come.

Neighbourhood Facts

Belle Rive is bounded by 153 Avenue on the south, 82 Street on the east, 167 Avenue on the north and approximately 91 Street on the west. A power transmission line right-of-way traverses the north portion of the neighbourhood.

Florence Hallock Elementary and Junior High

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...a compact, walkable, street oriented community with unique and diverse character in Edmonton’s southwest.

Terwillegar Towne stands out amongst the crowd of suburban neighbourhoods in Edmonton as it represents a unique departure from typical suburban neighbourhood planning. This was the first community in Edmonton to be planned and built upon a neo-traditional design model, and provides an example of New Urbanism-style development within the city.

Neighbourhood Facts

Terwillegar Towne is one of the seven neighbourhoods within the Terwillegar Heights Servicing Concept Design Brief (SCDB) and is located roughly in the centre of the plan area. Roadways in Terwillegar Towne were constructed to encourage pedestrian

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King Edward Park today is a charming mix of history and present day.

A mix of modern and original homes, quiet streets, access to shopping, a ravine trail system, and a central location; King Edward Park is truly a neighbourhood you’ll love to call home. With easy access to downtown, Whyte Avenue and the University, King Edward Park is close to the action while being just far enough away to stay quiet.

Neighbourhood Facts

The neighbourhood is bounded on the north by Whyte Avenue, on the east by 71 Street and on the south by 76 Avenue. The neighbourhood overlooks the Mill Creek Ravine on its west end. You’ll find Edmonton’s French quarter and the University’s Campus St. Jean just north of the neighbourhood as well.

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It is in Glenora where you will find some of Edmonton’s most stunning homes...

Located alongside Edmonton’s North Saskatchewan River Valley, Glenora is rich in natural beauty, history, and architecture. The neighbourhood is uniquely known for its beautiful historic homes, including, the Government House, built in 1913, and as the former home of the Royal Alberta Museum and the vast grounds it sits on. Residents of Glenora enjoy easy access to shops in the High Street district and along 124 Street, as well as the downtown core.

Neighbourhood Facts

Glenora is framed by 107 Avenue on its north end, the very popular North Saskatchewan River Valley and McKinnon Ravine on the south, by Groat Road on the east and by 142

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Welcome to historic Beacon Heights. From its beginnings as part of Beverly, a coal mining town amalgamated by Edmonton in 1961, to its modern form of an established neighbourhood with a strong cultural community, Beacon Heights is a neighbourhood with a rich history and a promising future. With many affordable homes as well as some wonderful new redevelopments, Beacon Heights has something for everyone.

Neighbourhood Facts

Beacon Heights is framed by 118 Avenue on its south end, 122 Avenue on the north, 50 Street on the west, and 34 Street on the east. Abbotsfield Mall, the new Abbotsfield Recreation Centre, and Rundle Park are also near Beacon Heights’ east boundary. Beacon Heights also contains Jubilee Park, which was

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